Clarion Hotel Palmer Inn
3499 Route 1 South
Princeton, NJ 08540
Phone: (609) 452-2500
Fax: (609) 452-1371
The Princeton Presbyterian Church dates back to the mid-19th Century. It is an active church that conducts several activities and programs for children and adults throughout the year. They serve the Lord's Supper on the first Sunday of every month.
The Princeton Battlefield State Park is the very place where the American Revolutionary War took place and the British and American soldiers fought in the 18th Century. It is home to the Clark House Museum and Mercer Oak. There are well marked trails for walking enthusiasts.
Located on Stockton Street, the Drumthwacket Estate is the official home of the governor. The building was built in the 19th century and is the base for the Drumthwacket Foundation as well as a museum showcasing the old artifacts.
Marquand Park has a beautiful garden, a playground with a sandbox, trails and more attractions. The park dates back to the mid 19th century when it was still property of the Princeton University. The park is home to many notable species of trees including dawn redwood, Japanese maple and so on.
The Albert Einstein House was the place where the much celebrated scientist stayed till his death. Built in the latter half of the 19th Century, the house is now a major tourist attraction.
The Trinity Church in Princeton is a lovely place to offer your prayers. Founded in 1833, the majestic church building was designed in the Greek Revival style.
The Morven Museum & Garden dates back to the 18th Century. The historic house and its garden was named after the mythical kingdom of Ireland. In 1982, the property was converted into a museum and is open to public visitation.
The Princeton Public Library is dedicated to offering a wide range of books for people of all ages, covering almost every genre. In addition, they have various programs and events for children, parents and young adults.
Princeton Cemetery is falls within the grounds of the Nassau Presbyterian Church which was inaugurated in the year 1757. The cemetery is the resting place of Revolutionary War heroes, politicians, Nobel and Pulitzer prize winners, a president and a vice president of the country and many other personalities of eminence.
Carnegie Lake is a reservoir which is located on the scenic Millstone River. The lake is owned by the Princeton University and used for boating, fishing ice skating and other fun activities.
Spread across 2500 acres and 3 counties of New Jersey, the Mercer County Park offers visitors a fleet of adventurous activities to choose from. Sports enthusiasts too can avail of tennis, ice-skating, mountain hiking, boating and fishing facilities. Check website for details.
Community Park North is a lush green stretch of landscape which has both woods and meadows. The open fields have a pond, an amphitheater and a wheelchair accessible recreation area. There are also a few trails, bird-watching areas and a plethora of flora and fauna in the wooded region.